Click Through Rate

    • 14 Amazing Hacks to Boost Google Organic CTR

      Let me explain to you what is CTR! CTR is abbreviated for Click Through Rates which means the ratio of users who click on a link to the total number of users who view the page, email or advertisement. It is key metric involved with optimizing PPC ads. It is the measurement of success of SEO services or an online advertising campaign for a particular website and the measurement ...

      ppc.orgin Paid Search SEO EMail Google- 7 readers -
  • Monday Catch-up: Improve Your Click-Through Rate, Triggered Emails and More

    … Welcome to another Monday morning, marketers! How about some email marketing news to accompany that wonderful cup of coffee? Here you go: Seven tweaks for improving your click-through rate IoT Business News takes a close look at the importance of a high click-through rate (CTR) – the percentage of your email subscribers who click on the link(s…

    Movable Ink Blog- 10 readers -
  • 14 Ways to Get More Clicks In Your Emails

    … that. But the fact of the matter is, a lot of marketers, bloggers and website owners are facing grim numbers when it comes to click through rates. According to an Email Marketing Benchmarks study done by MailChimp, the average click through rates in email is hovering around 3%. So, if you can increase those clicks by just a single percentage point, you’re going…

    How To Make Money Onlinein Social EMail- 13 readers -
  • How to Increase Your Social Media Click-Through Rates

    … Want more traffic to your website? What if you could double the click-through rates of your social media updates? Extra traffic from Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter would be nice, right? In this article you’ll discover four steps for crafting a great call to action that improves click-throughs. Why Driving Traffic Matters Your website…

    Social Media Examinerin Social- 10 readers -
  • 5 Rules for Making Clickworthy Display Ads & Tapworthy Mobile Ads

    … who they are looking for. 2. Say ‘No’ to Stock Photos Bad Examples: Stock photos are a big no-no with online dating ads. The women in these ads are professionally photographed and Photoshopped to look flawless. However, online daters are looking for someone who they can actually see themselves with… And not just in their dreams. Good Examples…

    Tom Fang/ iPyxel Creations- 6 readers -
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